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Try here,...

Try here, https://www.pprune.org/professional-pilot-training-includes-ground-studies/631704-one-air-malaga.html
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Posted By selfin

At least one Part 141 school has been approved...

At least one Part 141 school has been approved for a course reduced to 165 hours.

Don't bother with the restricted US private. Spend the extra money on the FAA medical and the PEP knowledge test...
13th Oct 2022, 23:32
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No, only EASA licences issued by an EU state are...

No, only EASA licences issued by an EU state are covered by the EU-US bilateral agreement. A UK licence holder would need to pass a practical test with a US examiner for a standard US private.
13th Oct 2022, 20:57
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Posted By selfin

Another option is to obtain an EU PPL which can...

Another option is to obtain an EU PPL which can be easily converted to a standard US private without doing a practical test with a US examiner. The abbreviated PEP knowledge test, as well as a flight...
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"Standards Doc 31 only lists UK site addresses" ...

"Standards Doc 31 only lists UK site addresses"

It lists addresses for ATOs whose principal place of business is overseas. The only satellite base approved for UK Part-FCL courses, that I know...
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Most UK training organisations approved to...

Most UK training organisations approved to conduct training outside the UK will be listed in Standards Docoument 31. The remainder will operate as satellite bases for parent ATOs located in the UK.
23rd Sep 2022, 20:59
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Posted By selfin

The US restricted radio operator (RR) certificate...

The US restricted radio operator (RR) certificate application fee (https://www.fcc.gov/wireless/systems-utilities/universal-licensing-system/wireless-fees/personal-service-and-amateur) has been...
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Posted By selfin

An ICAO PPL is enough to enrol in the ATPL theory...

An ICAO PPL is enough to enrol in the ATPL theory and CPL courses. Points B.1. & E.2. in appendix 3 to Part-FCL.

A foreign licence validation may be used to gain outstanding PIC experience, if the...
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Posted By selfin

wheniwasin, the ATPL theory course, including the...

wheniwasin, the ATPL theory course, including the revision/consolidation weeks, can be completed remotely. You're free to choose which competent authority administers the exams. The only condition is...
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Posted By selfin

Hey, welcome to the forum and congratulations on...

Hey, welcome to the forum and congratulations on the PPL.

If the endgame is to become a Canadian, do whatever maximises the chance of being invited to apply for permanent residency. There are...
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So why not use the EU-US conversion agreement to...

So why not use the EU-US conversion agreement to obtain a US private/instrument/multi and then do the abbreviated commercial-single and/or commercial-multi?

The unrestricted private/multi only...
26th Aug 2022, 02:11
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Posted By selfin

Note that it's a condition of the device approval...

Note that it's a condition of the device approval that the operator makes a copy of the FAA LOA available to you, so it should be evident whether the device counts for maintaining instrument currency.
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Posted By selfin

FlyingIce, parts of that training plan are...

FlyingIce, parts of that training plan are excessive. Have you an EU Part-FCL CPL/MEIR?
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Posted By selfin

Renew medical, refresher training as required,...

Renew medical, refresher training as required, proficiency check(s), and a bit of paperwork.

Create a CAA customer portal account for e-Licensing and medical records. A fresh initial medical exam...
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Posted By selfin

"regarding transport canada, i know that i need...

"regarding transport canada, i know that i need to fly extra flight hours through a flight school to meet their minimum flight time requirements"

First thing to consider is the 6 to 12 month...
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Posted By selfin

Minor update to previous post: Austrocontrol...

Minor update to previous post: Austrocontrol accepts PIC flight time on Annex I aeroplanes.
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"forgot to mention in my initial post that I...

"forgot to mention in my initial post that I currently don't satisfy the 100 hour requirement"

You mentioned it, which is why I brought the 28 day validation to your attention. That validation is...
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Posted By selfin

An Australian PPL meets the pre-requisite for...

An Australian PPL meets the pre-requisite for starting a modular CPL training course. The UK and many EASA member states offer a foreign licence validation which is valid in non-commercial operations...
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Posted By selfin

There are two distinct 7 year deadlines in...

There are two distinct 7 year deadlines in Part-FCL.

One applies to the IR whose 7 year deadline can be based on the validity of an IR issued by any ICAO contracting state. FCL.625(e).

The...
9th Jul 2022, 18:55
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Posted By selfin

Explanatory Note to Official Record Series 4, No....

Explanatory Note to Official Record Series 4, No. 1228 (https://peter-ftp.co.uk/aviation/misc-euroga/2017-ORS4-1228.pdf). UK CAA.
Published on 27 June 2017. Superseded on 8 April 2019.

Although...
4th Jul 2022, 05:12
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Posted By selfin

Only if the EASA examiner cert hasn't been...

Only if the EASA examiner cert hasn't been issued, revalidated, or renewed since 31 Dec 2020.
4th Jul 2022, 03:43
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Posted By selfin

Stephen Fisher is probably the only UK IRE left...

Stephen Fisher is probably the only UK IRE left in the States. Not sure I can PM you. Call me on +1 778 584 8522 for contact details.
21st Jun 2022, 01:26
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Posted By selfin

An FAA third-class medical is sufficient for the...

An FAA third-class medical is sufficient for the validation mentioned in post 4.

Art 8 para 3 in Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/723—
UK version at:...
19th Jun 2022, 21:19
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Posted By selfin

The exemption is the same however the authority's...

The exemption is the same however the authority's opinion that the applicant "can apply directly to take a Proficiency Check at an ATO" is obviously misleading since no ATO involvement is necessary....
19th Jun 2022, 13:27
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Posted By selfin

Well gee that's only a few years out of date....

Well gee that's only a few years out of date. That exception was moved to an implementing rule in FCL.740(b), ult subpara:

"Applicants shall be exempted from the requirement in points (b)(1) and...
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Posted By selfin

Meow, elsewhere you mentioned being located...

Meow, elsewhere you mentioned being located outside the EU. Were you to hold a third-country licence with valid ratings, you could take advantage of the provisions in FCL.625(e) and FCL.740(b), ult...
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Posted By selfin

That's correct, the UK medical is not sufficient...

That's correct, the UK medical is not sufficient for EASA validations that will be used in CAT and other commercial activities.
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Posted By selfin

That depends on the type of validation. An EASA...

That depends on the type of validation. An EASA class 1 medical is required for a validation for commercial air transport and other commercial activities. Otherwise, an ICAO Class 2 is sufficient.
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11th Jun 2022, 22:49
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Posted By selfin

"I looked into this a while ago, and it appeared...

"I looked into this a while ago, and it appeared that there were some misleading public announcements from CAA which indicated this 'LAPL privileges only'"

Those weren't misleading statements. The...
24th May 2022, 11:34
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Posted By selfin

rudestuff is right, it is a violation of the...

rudestuff is right, it is a violation of the Chicago Convention for a state to fail to recognise a pilot licence issued by the state of aircraft registry, except in respect of its own nationals, on...
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Posted By selfin

Florida is no longer the cheapest option for hour...

Florida is no longer the cheapest option for hour building. Aircraft rental prices in South Africa are the same or less than in Florida. Car hire prices in the US have also gone up by a factor of 3...
18th Mar 2022, 15:51
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Posted By selfin

VH-RME Probably a bit off the beaten track...

VH-RME

Probably a bit off the beaten track but the Anchorage FSDO will do it.
30th Jan 2022, 01:27
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Posted By selfin

Boggle, there's a separate validation offered by...

Boggle, there's a separate validation offered by some member states for non-commercial operations on any of 28 days in a calendar year. Art 8(3) in Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/723. No...
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Posted By selfin

That exemption still exists but the quoted...

That exemption still exists but the quoted guidance from CAP 804 is out of date. The relief for third-country IR holders originated as an exemption applied by the UK CAA near a decade ago under...
6th Jan 2022, 16:53
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Posted By selfin

The one-year limitation on validations is made in...

The one-year limitation on validations is made in article 4(3) of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/723, as retained and amended by the UK (here...
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